Here are some of the stories and features in this week's Wilton Bulletin, in mailboxes and on newsstands today: \u2022 Domestic violence help is available to all, especially as the community mourns the tragic death of teacher Svetlana Bell. \u2022 Aaron Ramsey is found not guilty by reason of mental defect in the murder of his father. \u2022 Holidays are here! Children bring their wish lists to Santa Claus. \u2022 Izzi B's Pam Nicholas takes allergen-free baking to new heights with a gingerbread interpretation of Candy Land. \u2022 Pizza chef and Pinocchio owner Bruno di Fabio triumphs in a contest for the world's best pie. \u2022 Wilton Presbyterian Church ushers in a new year with new pastor. \u2022 Boy Scouts will honor veterans with holiday wreaths. \u2022 More copper gutters go missing around town; police urge residents to secure their property. \u2022 Lottery scams target Wilton and Easton residents; bank CEO gives advice. \u2022 Wilton Library invites the community to share thoughts and memories on the life of Dave Brubeck with a memorial book. \u2022 Wilton native moves from Wall Street profession to a career in academics and athletic coaching. \u2022 Garden Club member Jerre Dawson is knitting her way to the holidays. \u2022 The new Betts Store at the Wilton Historical Society museum complex features made-in-America items for sale. \u2022 Wilton High graduates team up in New York City as they launch their Broadway careers. \u2022 A new silver jewelry boutique moves into town at Crossways Plaza. \u2022 A lottery for Wilton Commons residential applications took place last week. \u2022 A Wilton High senior art student's photograph is on The Greens' holiday card. \u2022 Looking for a new calendar? The Garden Club has one of Wilton scenes. \u2022 The deadline for applying for FEMA assistance for Storm Sandy damage is fast approaching. \u2022 A group of dedicated staff at Wilton Meadows learns how to help residents find pleasure in eating. \u2022 After an opening loss, the girls basketball team gets two wins. \u2022 Two Wilton boys meet Yankee Mariano Rivera after raising money for his charity. \u2022 The boys swim team looks to improve over last year. \u2022 Arts & Leisure: The Pro Arte Singers' Candlelight Concert is Saturday in New Canaan, Debbie Gravitte & Friends perform a holiday show in Ridgefield, Stocking Stuffer Antiques Show at John Jay High in Cross River, N.Y., on Sunday, Acoustic Celebration in Ridgefield welcomes Oklahoma folk singer John Fulbright, the Reel Dad says Hyde Park on Hudson deserves attention in awards season, and Steven Macoy says the 2013 Mitsubishi Lancer Ralliart is a car that deserves to be driven. Check us out on Facebook: Facebook.com\/WiltonBulletin. Hundreds of people have signed up for Wilton Bulletin news flashes via Twitter. You can, too, by stopping by http:\/\/twitter.com\/WiltonBulletin. To subscribe to The Bulletin, click here. To find out where to buy The Bulletin, click here.